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Programme features

This 4-day course will cover all PARP-related fields from basic science (molecular and physiological studies) to applied clinical research with an explicit aim to cover drug development and clinical studies.

Topics:

  1. Basic biochemical and structural understanding of PARP family members
  2. Signalling, transcription, metabolism, DNA damage response, immunology
  3. Pathophysiology
  4. Develop of pharmacological inhibitors
  5. Clinical applications of PARP inhibitors

The program includes:

Lectures

Fourteen invited lectures

Selected Short Talks

Twenty three short talks to be selected from the submitted Abstracts

Flash presentations

All Poster presenters will be able to give a two minute “flash presentation” to introduce the work displayed on their poster to all participants

Poster sessions


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